When talking about the impact that animal farming has on the environment, we surely don’t know where to start. There are just so many issues about raising farm animals and the various impacts on the environment. Consumption of natural resources is enormous, and if we don’t take some action, this planet will be a deadly place to live. We are in the middle of fighting the biggest battle called – Global Warming.
The 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP26, was happening in Glasgow, Scotland, 31. Oct – 12. Nov 2021. The purpose of COP26 was to discuss global warming, define the main contributors, and find a solution to end it as quickly as possible.
The conversation about whether it is possible or not to restore our planet is much more complex than the number of resources available to you. If we look closely at the story of our Earth, we will notice that it will survive without us. Instead, why don’t we ask ourselves, can we restore the planet, so we can continue living in it?
Whenever we talk about building a new future, it’s easy to get lost in the expectations and dreams we all have. When thinking about the Earth in 30 years, some might assume the very worst, while others a better scenario. But in a climate crisis such as the one we have been facing for the last decades now, how can we even try to predict something? Truth is, there is one thing tying us to our planet: water. And it is one thing that can go on without us.
Taking responsibility for our actions is one of the most important things that we can do as humans. Whether we like it or not, the world around us is changing, and the environment is beginning to deteriorate thanks to climate change and a range of other contributing factors. If you don’t believe us, then believe the United Nations, who have said that we have until 2030 to prevent a climate change crisis. Further stating.
“the greenhouse gas footprint of animal agriculture rivals every car, truck, bus, ship, aeroplane, and rocket ship combined. There is no pathway to achieve the Paris climate objectives without a massive decrease in the scale of animal agriculture.”
Maybe you are wondering how exactly you can do that, well knowledge is power, and today we look to give you strength. By highlighting how red meat consumption DOES harm the environment, we can help you take mindful steps towards reducing your red meat intake and doing your bit to help the environment.